Tim Bergmann (born 2 March 1972) is a German actor.He appeared in more than ninety films since 1993.
|Over My Dead Body
|Zuhälter 2 - Pimp #2
|Solo for Clarinet
|Flanell No. 5
|Bombs Under Berlin
|Your Best Years
|Dr. Daniel Hoffmann
|How Do You Change Your Parents?
|Day of Disaster
|The Zürich Engagement
|The Cold Sky
|Oberstleutnant Von Hofacker
|Snow White Must Die
|Oliver von Bodenstein
DEFA was the state-owned film studio of the German Democratic Republic throughout the country's existence.
Sabine Bergmann-Pohl is a German doctor and politician. A member of the Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU), she was president of the People's Chamber of East Germany from April to October 1990. During this time, she was also the interim head of state of East Germany, holding both posts until the state's merger into West Germany in October. She was the youngest, only female and last head of state of East Germany. After the reunification of Germany, she served in the government of Chancellor Helmut Kohl, first as one of many Minister for Special Affairs appointed to provide representation for the last East German government in the Kohl cabinet, then as Parliamentary State Secretary in the Ministry of Health for the remainder of Chancellor Kohl's time in office.
Bergmann's rule is an ecogeographical rule that states that within a broadly distributed taxonomic clade, populations and species of larger size are found in colder environments, while populations and species of smaller size are found in warmer regions. The rule derives from the relationship between size in linear dimensions meaning that both height and volume will increase in colder environments. Bergmann's rule only describes the overall size of the animals, but does not include body proportions like Allen's rule does.
The MP 18 is a German submachine gun designed and manufactured by Bergmann Waffenfabrik. Introduced into service in 1918 by the German Army during World War I, the MP 18 was intended for use by the Sturmtruppen, assault groups specialized in trench combat, as a short-range offensive weapon that would provide individual soldiers with increased firepower over a pistol.
The MP35 was a submachine gun used by the Wehrmacht, Waffen-SS and German police both before and during World War II. It was developed in the early 1930s by Emil Bergmann and manufactured at the Bergmann company in Suhl.
Hugo Bergmann was an Israeli philosopher, born in Prague.
The Social Democratic Party, officially the People's Party, was a social-democratic political party in Iceland.
Gretel Lambert was a German Jewish track and field athlete who competed as a high jumper during the 1930s.
Max Bergmann was a Jewish-German biochemist. Together with Leonidas Zervas, the discoverer of the group, they were the first to use the carboxybenzyl protecting group for the synthesis of oligopeptides.
Andreas Bergmann is a German football coach and former player.
Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media is a university of performing arts and media in Hanover, the capital of Lower Saxony, Germany. Dating to 1897, it has reorganised and changed names as it developed over the years, most recently in 2010 when it changed from State College of Music and Drama Hanover. Since 2010, its president has been Susanne Rode-Breymann. As of 2021, the university has 1,484 students and a total of 477 staff.
Sebastian Bach Mills was an English pianist, composer and piano instructor who made his concert career in the United States and gave the first American performances of many important works.
Shadows Over St. Pauli is a 1938 German drama film directed by Fritz Kirchhoff and starring Marieluise Claudius, Gustav Knuth and Hellmuth Bergmann. It was filmed and shot in Hamburg, and the title refers to the St. Pauli district of the city.
Headfirst into Happiness is a 1931 German comedy film directed by Hans Steinhoff and starring Jenny Jugo, Fritz Schulz and S. Z. Sakall. A separate French-language version Everybody Wins was also produced. Such Multiple-language versions were common during the early years of sound before dubbing became more widespread.
Isola Bella is a 1961 West German comedy film directed by Hans Grimm and starring Marianne Hold, Paul Hubschmid and Monika Dahlberg. It is mainly set in the Italian-speaking Swiss region of Ticino.
Love on Ice is a 1950 West German romance film directed by Kurt Meisel and starring Margot Hielscher, Kurt Meisel and Hannelore Bollmann. It also features the ice hockey teams SC Riessersee and EV Füssen. It was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Robert Herlth, Max Mellin and Willy Schatz.
The First Right of the Child is a 1932 German drama film directed by Fritz Wendhausen and starring Hertha Thiele, Eduard Wesener and Helene Fehdmer.
Ísak Bergmann Jóhannesson is an Icelandic professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for German 2. Bundesliga club Fortuna Düsseldorf on loan from Copenhagen, and the Iceland national team.
Karl Bergmann was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) and former member of the German Bundestag.
Leonidas Zervas was a Greek organic chemist who made seminal contributions in peptide chemical synthesis. Together with his mentor Max Bergmann they laid the foundations for the field in 1932 with their major discovery, the Bergmann-Zervas carboxybenzoxy oligopeptide synthesis which remained unsurpassed in utility for the next two decades. The carboxybenzyl protecting group he discovered is often abbreviated Z in his honour.